Spotlight on Kids
Spotlight on the Students!
In the Shelter
• 6th grade-thru-college can volunteer at the WHS facility.
• They help make the shelter animals’ living conditions comfortable.
• Help bathe a dog; with adult supervision.
• Help beautify the shelter.
• Learn about the different programs and future careers at the shelter.
• Learn about vet tech skills.
• Students can also collect newspaper, towels and blankets for the shelter animals, we use these items daily.
• Interns have the unique opportunity to help at the shelter, assist in outreach events, or come along with Ms. Brown to visit schools.
Washington Humane Society’s Humane Education program is offered, free-of-charge, to local schools service organizations, church groups, summer programs and youth organizations. The curriculum is comprised of a series of presentations, typically running bi-weekly throughout the school year. Program objectives are attained through writing prompts, videos and visits from invited guests and special projects. A condensed program, ranging from three to eight visits, is also available.
To schedule a Humane Education program or to obtain additional information please call 202-723-5730, extension 133 or email: Shakela Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.